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All-Party Parliamentary Group on Family Law and the Court of Protection

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The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Family Law and the Court of Protection will be holding its next meeting on Tuesday 30 November in Committee Room 9 at the Palace of Westminster. The subject for the meeting will be The Family Justice Review in Action.

The APPG was created to look at issues relating to the jurisdiction of the family courts and is chaired by John Hemming MP with Baroness Deech as vice chair.

The Group welcomes Family Justice Review Panel Members, David Norgrove, chair of the Family Justice Review; Councillor the Baroness Ritchie, chair of the Local Government Association Children and Young People Board and lead member for children in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and John Coughlan, Director of Children's Services for Hampshire County Council as guest speakers for this event.

If you would like to attend please contact Martin Shapland (shaplandm@parliament.uk).

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